Strict Rules Prevail in Menemsha for Holiday Weekend
Will Sennott

Bracing for a possibly bustling Memorial Day weekend, Chilmark selectmen have taken steps to deter crowds from gathering in Menemsha.

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Muted but No Less Heartfelt, Memorial Day Festivities Go On
Bill Eville
American flags dot the landscape at all the cemeteries around the Island. But Memorial Day festivities will change this year.
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Governor Outlines Slow-Motion Approach for State Reopening
Island restaurant and hotel owners reacted with frustration Monday after Gov. Charlie Baker announced his ultra-slow reopening plan for the commonwealth.
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Islanders Remember The Fallen on Memorial Day
Caroline Kaplan

A week ago, Storm Swain became a U.S. citizen. On Monday, she joined the Pledge of Allegiance at the Memorial Day parade on the Vineyard.

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Martha's Vineyard Celebrates Memorial Day

The Vineyard pauses today to celebrate the national holiday with a parade, a picnic and flag ceremony in Vineyard Haven. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Hall.

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Start Your Engines, Memorial Day Sets the Pace for New Season
Caroline Kaplan
Busy is the common theme as the Vineyard gets ready for another summer season on Memorial Day weekend.
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Vineyard Honors Fallen Veterans at Memorial Day Parade
The annual Memorial Day parade stepped off smartly in Vineyard Haven Monday under overcast skies and a solemn air.
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In Tune With Memorial Day

Memorial Day weekend is here, the ferries are full, the shops open, and the streets crowded.

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Island Children March to the Sea

On Friday, May 25 children at grammar schools around the Island will take part in March to the Sea rituals.

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Solemn Honors for Those Who Have Fallen
Military veterans and about 100 people gathered at the Tisbury School gymnasium to observe Memorial Day on Martha’s Vineyard. The ceremony was forced indoors by inclement weather.
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